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Waving Palms
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By Quentin Clingerman
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Waving palms may mean one is in the tropics
Or semitropics
Coconuts may fall and warm breezes waft their
cooling fans
Where leisurely one walks a sandy beach
Or dozes on a beach chair there

A different scene in total contrast is cast upon
history's pages
These waving palms were branches in the hands of
followers of the King
Who had watched him perform the miracles
and teach them many wonderful things
They thought he had come to Jerusalem to become
their earthly King

Within the week their hopes would be dashed with
harsh and final cruelty

But now loud hosannas ring and everything appears
to be a victorious celebration

And others leisurely walk the beach or doze in
quite contemplation


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Submitted: Thursday, March 21, 2002

Last Updated: Thursday, March 21, 2002

About the Poet
I am a retired educator. Now 85 years of age. I live in Maryland. I am the father of three ladies and thirteen grandchildren. Four grandchildren now married. I have two great grandsons, Koi Jon and Quinn Manu and a great granddaughter,Sephira Jade. Poems are an expression of how I think and feel. Variety in either case! I am the founder of WordChimes.com WC originated in February, 2000.


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